Cryptocurrency 

Bitcoin Cash Hard Fork | Segwit Recovery & Schnorr Signatures

A Bitcoin Cash hard fork was implemented earlier today as of block 58268. Although the network-split initially met with a hiccup, the upgrade has now successfully completed. Bitcoin Cash Hard Fork The hard fork sees the Bitcoin Cash network implement two new features. They are Segwit recovery and Schnorr signatures. The Segwit recovery means network participants can now recover funds that were sent accidentally to Segwit addresses. Before today, this was impossible due to the “enforcement of the new CLEANSTACK rule” which was implemented in the last upgrade in November. The…

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Blockchain 

uBUCK Signs LOI With Datable to Integrate Loyalty Program Into uBUCK Pay and Flexible Cash Card Into Datable’s Rewards Offerings

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, May 13, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — LiteLink Technologies Inc. (“LiteLink”) (CSE:LLT)(FRA:C0B:FF)(OTC:LLNKF), a leader in digital logistics and payment solutions, has announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary uBUCK Technologies SEZC (“uBUCK”) has signed a letter of intent (LOI) with Datable Technology Corp. (TSXV: DAC) (OTC: TTMZF) (“Datable”) to enter into a strategic commercial relationship. Under the terms of the LOI, uBUCK will integrate PLATFORM³, Datable’s loyalty and rewards program into uBUCK’s digital payments platform. This would allow account holders of uBUCK Pay — who can now make online payments…

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Blockchain 

SBI Delists Bitcoin Cash | Keeps Support for Bitcoin SV

In a potentially rebellious move, major Japanese financial services company, SBI Holdings, announced it is delisting Bitcoin Cash (BCH) from its digital currency exchange. Let’s check this out. SBI Delists Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Yesterday, we covered the controversy surrounding the delisting of Bitcoin SV (BSV). Specifically, the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, Binance, announced yesterday that it will delist this crypto effective April 22nd. The move comes as a retaliation against the actions of BSV creator Craig Wright (more on that to follow). But today, tables are turning somewhat as major Japanese…

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Blockchain 

Coinbase Wallet Expanding with New Support for Bitcoin Cash

The US’s biggest cryptocurrency exchange and wallet provider, Coinbase, announced earlier that it now has added support for Bitcoin Cash to its Coinbase Wallet. The company made the announcement in a press release published yesterday. Coinbase Wallet Adds Support for Bitcoin Cash According to the Coinbase Wallet, the new update is set to roll out in a few weeks: “The new Wallet update with Bitcoin Cash support will roll out to all users on iOS and Android over the next few weeks.” Coinbase Wallet The Coinbase Wallet is an upgraded…

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Blockchain 

OKEx C2C Platform Adds Ripple (XRP) and Bitcoin Cash (BCH)

OKEx has just listed Ripple (XRP) and Bitcoin Cash (BCH) on its customer-to-customer platform, according to a report released this morning by Cointelegraph. The customer-to-customer platform is the cryptocurrency exchange’s newest venture. At the time of writing, OKEx is the top cryptocurrency exchange by its 24-hour trade volume. OKEx Adds Ripple (XRP) and Bitcoin Cash (BCH) OKEx users can now buy or sell XRP and BCH with five supported fiat currencies. The fiat currencies include the British Pound (GBP), Chinese Renminbi (CNY), Vietnamese Dong (VND), Russian Ruble (RUB), and the Thai…

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Bitcoin 

Square Cash App | Buying Bitcoin (BTC) Now Available in all 50 US States

Square just announced that with its Square Cash app, all users are now able to buy Bitcoin in all 50 US states. Red, white, and bitcoin. Now you can use Cash App to buy bitcoin in all 50 states. pic.twitter.com/D4fhVRz7WL — Cash App (@CashApp) August 13, 2018 Square Ahead of the Competition Square was originally founded by Twitter’s CEO, Jack Dorsey. The Cash App initially rolled out its Bitcoin services months ago but had to go state-by-state to get approval. Recently, it was reported that Square also secured the so-called ‘BitLicense’…

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